The Communications Minister is scheduled to visit Clare later this month to outline plans for improving broadband in rural parts of the County.
Minister Alex White, T.D., will formally launch a Public Consultation on the proposed villages and townlands across rural Ireland to be included in the Government’s investment Programme under the National Broadband Plan.
Earlier this year, the former Minister for Communications Pat Rabbitte TD, revealed that 56 locations in Clare will benefit from high speed broadband as part of the National Broadband Plan.
The Clare locations named at the time were: Ardnacrusha, Aughinish, Ballinruan, Ballycannon, Ballynacally, Ballyvaughan, Ballyvelaghan, Bealaclugga, Bodyke, Caher, Carran, Carrigaholt, Connolly, Coolmeen, Craggagh, Cranny, Cree, Cross, Darragh, Doolin, Doonaha, Drumandoora, Drumdigus, Finvarra, Flagmount, Inagh, Kilbaha, Kilbane, Kilkee, Kilkishen, Kildysart, Kilnaboy, Kilmaley, Kilmihil, Kilmore, Kilmurry, Kilnamona, Kilshanny, Knock, Labasheeda, Lissycasey, Lisdeen, Mahonburgh, Maurices Mills, Mountshannon, Moyasta, Newtown, Oatfield, O’Callaghans Mills, Ogonnelloe, Querrin, Quilty, Ruan, Spanish Point, Tullig and Whitegate.
The Public Consultation launch takes place in Doolin on November 24th.